noun blind·age \ˈblīndij\

Definition of blindage



  1. :  an overhead protection: such as a :  an earth-covered screen supported by a blind for an advanced trench or approach b :  a large deep dugout often with bunks and other fittings

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Origin and Etymology of blindage

French, from blinder to screen, protect (from blinde blind to screen military operations, from German blende, from blenden to blind, from Old High German blenten) + -age — more at blind

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to cast off or become cast off

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